Samuel Sutton

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New York State Psychiatry Institution, New York, NY, United States 
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Psychophysiology,
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Towey J, Bruder G, Hollander E, et al. (1990) Endogenous event-related potentials in obsessive-compulsive disorder Biological Psychiatry. 28: 92-98
Friedman D, Putnam L, Sutton S. (1990) Longitudinal and cross-sectional comparisons of young children's cognitive ERPs and behavior in a picture-matching task: preliminary findings International Journal of Psychophysiology. 8: 213-221
Friedman D, Putnam L, Sutton S. (1989) Cognitive brain potentials in children, young adults, and senior citizens: Homologous components and changes in scalp distribution Developmental Neuropsychology. 5: 33-60
Ruchkin DS, Johnson R, Mahaffey D, et al. (1988) Toward a functional categorization of slow waves Psychophysiology. 25: 339-353
Friedman D, Sutton S, Putnam L, et al. (1988) ERP components in picture matching in children and adults Psychophysiology. 25: 570-590
Ruchkin DS, Sutton S, Mahaffey D. (1987) Functional differences between members of the P300 complex: P3e and P3b Psychophysiology. 24: 87-103
Friedman D, Sutton S, Putnam L. (1987) Cross-sectional age-related changes in the cognitive components Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Supplement. 40: 596-602
Friedman D, Sutton S. (1987) Event-related potentials during continuous recognition memory Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Supplement. 40: 316-321
Herskovic JE, Kietzman ML, Sutton S. (1986) Visual flicker in depression: Response criteria, confidence ratings and response times Psychological Medicine. 16: 187-197
Rösler F, Sutton S, Johnson R, et al. (1986) Endogenous ERP components and cognitive constructs. A review. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Supplement. 38: 51-92
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